SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Police in one Georgia city are urging residents to send them online tips to report traffic trouble spots.
Savannah police have added a link to the department's website where people can report neighborhood streets plagued by constant speeders, busy intersections with frequent right-of-way issues and other potential safety problems.
Online reporting should make it easier for residents to reach out with the kinds of traffic concerns police often only hear about at community meetings or see posted on social media, Savannah police Maj. Robert Gavin said in a news release.
Online reports will be submitted to the department's Traffic Unit for review.
Regardless, police say anyone witnessing dangerous drivers on the roads such as motorists who might be intoxicated should respond the old fashioned way: By calling 911.